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Sketetal System

An explanation of the human skeleton system.

Nolan Moat-Moaskaluke

on 17 October 2010

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Skeletal System By: Nolan, Spencer, and Dan Eat/drink calcium-rich products (dairy), which help you replace cartilage with bone. Take in vitamin D (UVs [sun], oily fish), which helps you absorb the calcium. Exercising builds bone mass too. Diseases, Conditions & Injuries Bursitis: It is a disorder that causes pain in joints, some more than others. Osteoporosis: It is the deterioration of bone tissue and low bone mass, making bones weak. Osteoporosis is the most common disease of the skeleton. This disease happens mostly to elderly people and women due to less calcium. Spina Bifida: It's a defect of the spine in which the spine does not properly develope and the skin and vertebrea cannot properly mold around it. Scoliosis: It's a disease where the spine of a person curves like a "S". Osteomylitis: A bone infection caused by a certain bacteria that is moved with the blood from infected areas to the bone. Fracture: A broken bone. There are many kinds; some more major than others Dan didnt really do anything Bones Chest bones:
12 total pairs: top 7 'true' ribs that are connected to the sternum infront,
3 'false' ribs are suspended by cartilage from the top 7, the last two are 'floating' ribs that are not attached to anything infront, clavicles(collarbones), sternum(breastbone). Canadian contributions related to skeletal system: We are not going to show a picture because it is too gross Pelvis:
sacrum, ilium, ischium,pubic bone,pubic symphysis, acetabulum, foramen obturator, coccyx. Adult Skull Bones:
These are the bones in the adult human skull: parietal bones(two), frontal bone, ethmoid bone, lacrimal bone, nasal bone, mandible bone, maxilla bone, palatine bone, sphenoid bone, zygomatic bone, temporal bone, occipital bone. Sorry we have no picture of Osteoporosis How to keep your bones healthy: We could not find a Canadian contribution to the skeletal system. RRRRrrrrrrr How the Skeletal System cooperates with other systems: Arm/Hand bones:
humerus(upper arm),forarm bones: radius(inner)ulna(outer), scapula(shoulder bone), hand bones: 7 carpals(wrist bones), 5 medicarpals(finger bones), 5 proxmal phalanges, 4 middle phalanges, 5 distal phalanges(all finger bones). Spine bones:
7 cervical vertabrae in the neck, 12 thoracic vertabrae in the chest, 5 lumbar in the lower back, 5 sacrum vertabrae fused together which is part of the pelvis(hipbone),coccyx(tailbone) made from 4 vertabrae fused together. Leg/Foot bones:
2 femurs(thybones), 2 patellas(kneecaps), 2 tibias(shinbones), 2 fibulas(calfbone),
7 tarsals(ankle/heel bones) include: calcaneus, talus, cuboid, navacular,
3 cuneiforms. 5 meditarsals, 5 proximal phalanges, 5 middle phalanges, 5 distal phalenges. Tech To Help With Skeletal System: Resources: http://www.osteoporosis.ca/ http://www.shockfamily.net/skeleton/DISEASE.HTML Body Basics Bones by Anita Ganeri Atlas of the Human Body by F. Netter The Concise Encyclopedia Of The Human Body by David Burnie Pins, Screws and Plates:They repair fractures and keep the broken bone in place, sometimes it is used with a cast.

Casts: They help keep your fractured bone still, so it can heal properly. blog.coolz0r.com/2006/04/13/hulk-got-milk/ http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Meningomyelocele_diagram.jpg picasaweb.google.com The skeletal system cooperates with most of the systems by protecting parts of them (brain, spinal cord,
heart, lungs, etc.)
It cooperates with the muscular system by allowing it to bend at joints so you can move, so lots of people call it the 'skeletal and muscular system'. flickr.com/photos/hmk/2039810/ http://kidshealth.org/kid/htbw/bones.html Interesting facts: -the smallests bone in the body is the stirrup bone in the ear
-the cartilage disks in your spine that keep your vertibrae from rubbing, act as natural shock absorbers
-when you are born you have spaces between the bones in your skull that disappear as you get older http://www.hsc.csu.edu.au/senior_science/core/bionics/9_3_1/931net.html#net2 X-rays/Ultrasounds: They let doctors see what is wrong with a bone so they can treat it properly.

Artificial Joints: They replace badly damaged joints so that they can be mobile. Wikimedia Commons www.flickr.com/photos/chocolatedisco/3830898856/ http://www.google.ca/advanced_image_search?hl=en By: Nolan, Spencer and Dan THE END
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